Dr. Prasad is known worldwide as “The Artist with a Syringe” for his successful results using injectables and fillers to cosmetically enhance and correct.
Injectable fillers are used to cosmetically soften wrinkles, creases and fine lines, augment the lips, enhance shallow contours, or improve the appearance of recessed scars. There are different types of fillers that are area and problem specific. If you have been wondering how to get rid of your wrinkles but aren’t ready for surgery, filler injections may be the answer.
Types of Injectables and Fillers we provide:
The most common areas for facial implants are chin and the midfacial cheek area. Implants can safely and permanently correct a receding chin and enhance the cheekbones.
We offer Restylane®, Perlane®, Juvederm®, Sculptra®, Radiesse®, Collagen, Botox®, Dysport®, Allorderm and the natural filler – Platelet Rich Plasma. A proper consultation with Dr. Prasad will help to determine the appropriate Injectable and Filler to used for your treatment.
Who should get injectable filler?
Patients seek injectable fillers for a variety of cosmetic reasons, usually associated with aging, heredity, or injury.
What do I have to do before getting an injectable procedure?
A proper consultation with a doctor is necessary before receiving an injectable or filler to determine the correct treatment for the area of interest.
What happens during my treatment?
Injectable filler products are injected into or under your skin, beneath the wrinkle or fold, using several injections with a small needle. The number of injections depends on the depth and length of the wrinkle. Filler injections procedure usually takes less than 20 minutes. Filler injections are usually associated with some mild discomfort which is lessened with the use of a topical or a local anesthetic.
How long does it take to recover from an injectable procedure?
After receiving filler injections, you may resume most normal activities immediately. The treatment site may have swelling, which may last a few hours. There also may be some bruising. Make up may be applied to cover up over the course of a few days. Depending on the filler material used and the area treated, correction usually lasts from 3 months to a year or more.
What are the risks related to having an injectable procedure?
Allergic reactions are rare, but may consist of prolonged redness, itching, and/or firmness at the injection site